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as the shuttle makes its way through los angeles. [ male announcer ] the career landscape of america is changing. new jobs are here, and by 2025, we could have millions more that demand qualified college graduates. many in the bay area. at devry university, our market-responsive bachelor's and master's degree programs can give you what you need to succeed in today's careers and the ones on the horizon. get the know how you need for a new tomorrow at our 4 bay area locations, online or both. learn more at devry.edu. and let nothing stand in your way. >>> welcome back to the ktvu channel 2 morning news. time now 6:24. fleet week enthusiasts can get an up close look. this morning the uss hornet is opening up an exhibit at the museum on pier three. it's part of an effort to expand san francisco fleet week. the exhibit will be on display throughout the weekend. >>> the space shuttle moves toes final home later this month and many people in southern california plan to line the 15-mile route. even if the city is discouraging that idea. endeavor drew clouds when it landed at the airport last month. it s
's gone off in our nation's capital or los angeles, a nuclear device. there has been an earthquake. there has been a hurricane where we thought the good news was the winds blew and it did some damage but all is well, oh, my god, the levies just broke. oh, by the way, there's an earthquake or a tsunami or a nuclear critical accident that's occurred somewhere overseas. how will we respond to that? and then let's bring it closer to home, how did we marry up the capabilities that exist because there is no greater tragedy than to have robust capabilities, mellow medical, logistical or otherwise. you are better prepared with every one of these meetings, you are better prepared with every networking that happens in the hallways and exchanging business cards but you will never be absolutely prepared. what we're doing here today and in future events is a journey, it is not a destination. we will never be able it high five ourselves and say we have everything figured out and we'll be able to solve it the minute it happens. ask anyone who has been in the throes of a complex medical emerg
do when your pager goes off? what will you do if you hear all of a sudden los angeles has been hit by a 6.7. what will los angeles do if they hear san francisco has been hit by a 7.2? what will we do, where will you be, all those people who work for you, do they know their azuped place, do they know where to go? do we in the military understand your roles and responsibilities? do we understand how to integrate into your chain of command? do we understand how to communicate with you? do we understand what we have and how we can bring it to bear with you? do we not want the after action report after the next nightmare scenario it read, we failed to utilize some of the capabilities we had inside and outside our life line. the american people are expecting us to get it right. they are not expecting perfection, they are not expecting huge gaps. they are not expecting some of the missed cues and gaffes that occurs in the gulf port area during katrina. they expected us to learn from that and indeed we have. i caution you again, we are not prepared, we are not prepared for the nex
's final destination of the california science center in los angeles. the shuttle was supposed to arrive last night, but the trip took a little longer than expected. dozens of trees had to be cut along that route to accommodate the 78-foot wide shut, you heard about that over the past few weeks or so. and in the course of the last 24 hours, they had to do some trimming along the way. but it was still a very tight fit. and so that shuttle soon to be in its final destination spot right there in los angeles. >>> president barack obama spending a second straight day in williamsberg, virginia preparing for his next debate with mitt romney. that show you were happens tuesday night, today one of obama's top advisors told cnn the president was disappointed his performance in the first debate and knows he has to be more energetic this tuesday. mitt romney is also hunkering down preparing for the debate. senator rob portman of ohio has been in kind of a mock role as president obama in those debate sessions. >>> the presidential contenders will square off for the second time tuesday night, our spec
. video coming yup speaking of driving is reality for a lot of people. gas station in los angeles, a live look. take a 509 for regular unlead and the cost of filling up in california is obscene. >> a race car driver on a wild ride very unplanned. this is france. the held caught it all on top. it is a rally in france held every year. the car careens through a vine yard and then another and another. and only coming to a stop by hith a utility poll. the pole hits the ground but not the car. no spectators are hurt but sets off two puffs of smoke. they look like they are having a good time. they are leaves from the vine yard fallog them and they are trying to stay calm. this is what they saw. wow. the car was badly damaged in the end and the driver told the local newspaper he didn't know what went wrong. >> and the price of gasoline that is hitting an all-time high. triple a reporting that the average cost for gallon of unleaded is. up since yesterday. the price is modev. some places it is it above five dollars for regular unleaded. it is fueled by reduced supply the mostile market out there e
destination spot right there in los angeles. >>> president barack obama spending a second straight day in williamsberg, virginia preparing for his next debate with mitt romney. that show you were happens tuesday night, today one of obama's top advisors told cnn the president was disappointed his performance in the first debate and knows he has to be more energetic this tuesday. mitt romney is also hunkering down preparing for the debate. senator rob portman of ohio has been in kind of a mock role as president obama in those debate sessions. >>> the presidential contenders will square off for the second time tuesday night, our special coverage life at 7:00 eastern time. >>> what can we expect in this next showdown? we have got a full preview from our moderate fors. a fire works show in china goes terribly wrong. we'll tell you what happened. i just wanted you to eat more fiber. chewy, oatie, gooeyness... and fraudulence. i'm in deep, babe. you certainly are. [ male announcer ] fiber one. i'm in deep, babe. you certainly are. it's hard to see opportunity in today's challenging environmen
facilities in los angeles, talair ri and -- 3 people in six states came down with fungal meningitis and five died. >> i haven't be safely giving end epidural steroid injections for 22 years. >> the symptoms include a slurred speech, trouble walking, fever, nausea and severe headache. >>> american is blamed for a shooting at a hotel. police say an american man grabbed a hotel security guard's gun and began firing in to a crowded dining room. he killed a kitchen worker before police shot him dead. police say the gunman had been working at the hotel as part of a work study program that brings jews to israel. he identified only as a 23 year old man from new york, the shooting happened in the red sea resort city, packed with people now on holiday. >>> intense search in the lake tahoe area for an inmate who escaped hours before he was due in prison. he was granted a 3-hour release to take care of personal business before he was transferred from jail to prison. he asked to be driven to a hospital in south lake tahoe and he took off. he was due in prison on charges of spousal battery. >>> story y
. two months ago in los angeles, a 100-year-old driver hit a group of school children. >> these serve as wakeup calls, not just for older drivers, but for their families to have the conversation and plan ahead. >> reporter: joan johnson's family is beginning to have that conversation. >> you don't want to be the person that takes away someone's freedom and independence. >> reporter: their grandmother remains determined to drive well into her golden years. >> i'm glad they're concerned, i'm glad to know that they care. >> reporter: she's now willing to listen when her family and doctors say, it's time to talk. miguel almaguer, nbc news, san diego. >>> when we come back in a moment, what a new study says about an established way of losing weight. >>> some big shifts to report in the religion of americans, specifically the rise of what pollsters call the nuns, not the catholic kind it's spelled none. it means the people who when asked about their religion check the box that says none. while americans are still religious and plenty spiritual, a record number one fifth of us are not affili
and there are warnings and watches posted to that effect. los angeles 35 degrees. no snow here. it stays hot in the south. even oklahoma city at 24 degrees is starting to cool down. i will leave you now with the extended forecast. >>> that concludes this edition of "newsline." thanks for joining us.
things are pretty hot. 29 degrees in los angeles, but on the other side of the jet stream looking at denver at 18 degrees. that's going to be much warmer into your saturday, about 23. bismarck we're looking at 9 but finally into the double digits on your saturday. here in europe, we are going to be finding on andoff showers across the north and in the iberian peninsula, we still have to talk act the ongoing showers. already the ground is very loose from the previous rainfall, but, yes, another round of very heavy rain could target the region with frequent lightning and hail as well as damaging gusts not being ruled out. across the central portions and locations, you can see that clear skies will be up and about and also the temperatures not bad at all, berlin at 21 degrees, rome at 27. here's your extended forecast. >>> the french queen marie antoinette is known for her life of luxury. now a pair of her slippers has sold for more than $80,000. about 80 of the queen's personal items were put up for auction in paris. the event was held on anniversary of her execution in 1793. the pa
has caused major problems across california including huge pile-up on i-5 north of los angeles. the early morning accident involved nine big rig trucks. new video into the newsroom shows the scene shortly after the 3 a.m. crash. one driver was hurt, taken to the hospital. 400 gallons of diesel was spilled. expected to take several more hours to clear the roadway. >> in the sierra snow continues to fall blasting the higher altitudes causing traffic delays encouraging ski resort officials you are looking from heavenly valley resort. parts of i-80 closed off and on today between tahoe and truckee due to poor diving conditions. officials expect as much as two feet of snow on higher slopes. looking more like rain. >> skiers and snowboarders are looking -- [ unintelligible ] >> i think some of that is going to melt this happens every october. >> they are hoping to open friday. >>> 11:20, good morning. you can see from sutro tower looking to the east southeast towards oakland, some of the clouds are building up as we start to warm the atmosphere a little from south beach looking -- bu
huge pile-up on i-5 north of los angeles. the early morning accident involved nine big rig trucks. new video into the newsroom shows the scene shortly after the 3 a.m. crash. one driver was hurt, taken to the hospital. 400 gallons of diesel was spilled. expected to take several more hours to clear the roadway. >> in the sierra snow continues to fall blasting the higher altitudes causing traffic delays encouraging ski resort officials you are looking from heavenly valley resort. parts of i-80 closed off and on today between tahoe and truckee due to poor diving conditions. officials expect as much as two feet of snow on higher slopes. looking more like rain. >> skiers and snowboarders are looking -- [ unintelligible ] >> i think some of that is going to melt this happens every october. >> they are hoping to open friday. >>> 11:20, good morning. you can see from sutro tower looking to the east southeast towards oakland, some of the clouds are building up as we start to warm the atmosphere a little from south beach looking -- bull shot the way the bay bridge comes from the left and moves -
. >> you voted against it. >> reporter: carter evans, cbs news, los angeles. >> brennan: ahead, he's a man in the middle of the campaign debate over how to slow the pace of foreclosures. show america's housing crisis is easing. the number of foreclosures nationwide are down 16% from september of last year. but in florida, one of the hardest hit states, foreclosures are still on the rise, up 24%. manuel bojorquez in ft. lauderdale has one man's story. >> reporter: 72-year-olds can june has spent two years trying to hold on to his home in foart lauderdale. you're angry. >> angry! beyond that. >> reporter: juneau went into foreclosure after his dry cleaning business failed. the air force veteran's only income is social security, not nearly enough to pay his $2800 a month mortgage. >> i'm trying to call everybody i can, send them letters, trying to get them to help me instead of throwing me into the street. >> reporter: and? >> absolutely no responses. >> reporter: 18 of the 50 cities with the highest foreclosure rates are in battleground states, florida, ohio, wisconsin, colorado, and nevada.
in the country. tom-tom is behind the study. d.c. ranks behind los angeles and san francisco for road congestion. that is your fox 5 top five. >>> cold weather settling in tonight. we'll feel it. >> yeah. temperature in d.c. has been staying up a little bit the last couple hours no doubt from all the heat come out of nats park. i'll tell you now if you're with us, you're not a baseball fan. things are getting tense at nats park, a lot of people taking a deep breath. here is what is going on out in the city tonight. i don't have to tell you. the frontal system came through and cooled things off. this will be the real coldest night of the season so far, pretty much areawide. we're not talking about a freeze in town, but we'll be threatening with a frost out there before it's all said and done. 52 degrees in the city now, gaithersburg 41, frederick 36, manassas 37, so a few places in the 30s, other places in the 50s. annapolis dropped a degree down from 55. overnight tonight 41 degrees. this is here in town. out in the suburbs it will be even colder than that under these mostly clear skies and wind
to board a plane to los angeles with enough weapons to inflict serious damage. weapons. the security team caught him after his flight arrived at lax on friday. he was stopped when he had a bullet-proof vest on. guy with bullet-proof vest, ask him a question. he also had a knife the when screeners looked at his luggage, he is what else they found. a smoke grenade, a gas mask, three leather coated billy cubs, a collapsible baton, a hatchet, body bag, handcuffs and of course more knives. the passenger did not have any link to terror groups. now, jonathan hunt is here. lamb -- lax was not the first stop. >>jonathan: the japanese and korean equivalent of the t.s.a. have questions to answer. as far as officials are aware, this pan, 28 years first boarded a plane in japan. he then flew to korea where he boarded the flight to lax. the question is, where did he get the items in as soon as he land at lax he was stopped by custom officials. >>shepard: was everything in the checked bags in >>jonathan: it is not legal getting on a plane with flame retarrant pants or a bullet proof vest but it is illeg
saddles" and was raised an orphan. he died this morning in los angeles. he was -- he suffered from kidney failure and dementia. alex karras was among the people who sue the nfl for head injuries. u.s. 77 years old. >> the meningitis outbreak in the u.s. continues to spread to night. new jersey is the latest of 10 states to report at least one case of meningitis tied to the contaminated steroid shots. the center for disease control reports 100 -- 137 cases nationwide including 12 deaths. health officials say there have been 24 cases, including one death. eight cases have been reported in maryland, including one death in maryland. >> we're learning more about the death of the panda cub at the national zoo tomorrow. the results of the necropsy will be released during a morning press conference. the panda cub died six days after birth. zoo officials say they are waiting for the official cause of death. >> on a much more pleasant subject, the weather today, at one of the nicest days i can remember. >> and it was so lousy looking earlier this morning. let me show you what yo
going down the streets. especially in l.a. >> i had to see it. >> just in los angeles, 268 trees have been cut down so far to get the shuttle through there. and there are going to be more than 700 planted as replacement. >>> they continue to search for clues surrounding the death of the little girl who was kidnapped and killed. >> last night, the westminster community came together to celebrate the life of jessica ridgeway. she disappeared while walking to school a week ago. her body was found 7 miles away from her home. >> this is horrible. absolutely horrible. >> your amazing family has brought all of these people together and brought the community together and we are going to heal together. okay? and we will find the guy together. >> people in the community now say they are going to create a group called jessica's people. it is signed to honor her life by helping other families who lost loved ones. >>> police are investigating another attempted kid napping 14 miles away in golden, colorado. >> a mother said someone tried to take her 13-year-old son this weekend. they are not sure i
for britney spears and her family. the superstar's former manager, set to testify today in los angeles. it is all part of the explosive legal battle that could reveal spears' family secrets. abc's rob nelson has our story. >> reporter: sam lufti, who became britney's manager and confidant, is expected to take the stand today. and owl of tinseltown's eyes are on him, as he tries to get the share of the earnings he says he's due. >> he has the burden of proof here. >> reporter: joel boxer told the court lufti was, quote, unqualified to manage a superstar. boxer claims that lufti tried to take advantage of a very vulnerable britney spears. an attorney for lufti says his client was trying to save the singer from her own behavior. he was made a scapegoat for the erratic behavior of britney spears. she looked to use amphetamines, and up uppers. her disjointed performance at the video music awards in 2008, caused whispers in the music industry. her bizarre changes in her appearance. in 2010, lufti defended britney's behavior. >> i think she was expressing her independence and freedom. she's a
has stood on the right side of history. >> from los angeles to talk more about this, women's health advocate and president obama's supporter, sandra flope. good to have you here. good to see how the debates and the campaign pivoted in to women's issues last night supposed to be the theme of foreign policy. both mitt romney and the president were talking about a lot of things directed at women and mitt romney specifically bringing up gender equality. through the arab spring. is that something that struck you? >> it did. and i think both president obama and mr. romney see foreign policy as something that women care about. and see how we treat women in other countries and our work to encourage their education and development as being an important part of the foreign policy. obama has an extensive record on this both standing with young girls like malala who are fighting for their right to education and also empowering women in a development strategy for developing countries. >> so as we break things down to look at them from gender, the latest nbc/"wall street" poll shows while they're
comes to us tonight from los angeles. he's a partner with the fox law firm and he served in several high profile roles in u.s. state departments and in the united nations. welcome back inside "the war room." >> governor, it is great to be here. thanks for having me. >> jennifer: you bet. you tweeted about this. why was that the most important exchange of the debate especially since the fact checkers say president obama did not go on an apology tour. >> when you look at the cairo speech and the transcript, you can say he went overseas to the heart of the arab world and said the reason that there's trouble here in the arab world is because of colonialism and because of the cold war being used as proxies and he talked about palestinians being humiliated by our ally, israel. i think what governor romney is saying is that in a romney administration, we're going to go back to american leadership. we're going to go back to the kind of leadership that a democrat, john kennedy talked about in his inaugural speech.
-year-old jessica ridgeway. abc's brandi hitt in los angeles with details. good morning. >> reporter: jessica ridgeway's family tells abc news they're glad an arrest was made. now they pray justice will prevail. the break in the jessica ridgeway murder case. the 10-year-old's family has been waiting for. >> we have made an arrest in the jessica ridgeway case. 17-year-old austin sigg is in our custody. >> reporter: austin sigg a community college student arrested wednesday morning at this a home near ketner lake not far from where jessica's body was found earlier this month. she vanished on october 5th while walking to school. >> we're all worn out, everybody in the family is worn to a frazzle. >> reporter: jessica's family watched for three weeks as police searched for evidence in nearby fields and parks. detectives say it was a phone call that led them to sigg. they're thoroughly searching his home and impounded this vehicle. >> we hope and pray that this arrest gives them some measure of closure. >> reporter: investigators are linking sigg to an attempted abduction five month as go
shuttle endeavour finally in its home stretch of its journey through los angeles. and it took a lot longer than originally planned. it's not expected to reach the california science museum until about an hour from now. thousands lined the route to watch the long, slow crawl. organizers say dispoit going about 2 miles per hour, the shuttle did make good time, but workers pulling the endeavour say it took a while to get to this point. >> we had to actually go through a bunch of rigorous tests to make sure that we were able to pull this weight. we had three months of testing to say, yes, we could do this. so we actually pulled more than what the endeavour in the program weighs. it's 292,000 pounds and we were over 300,000 pounds that we pulled. >> must be a proud moment for you as well. >> oh, absolutely. >> nervous? >> nervous, and i'll be a lot better once we're on the other side of manchester, for sure. >> total cost of endeavour's final journey, $10 million. >>> just ahead on fox morning news, the killing of the u.s. ambassador to libya is back in the headlines, after the vice president c
in los angeles on move 18. >> i hold the bar and you come running and kick it. >> reporter: charlie brown is coming to the big screen. the peanuts gang will star in their own animated feature film. it's scheduled to hit theaters in november 2015. that's the 65th anniversary of the comic strip and the 50th anniversary of a charlie brown christmas. that's your eye on entertainment. teresa garcia, cbs news, los angeles. >>> thank you for watching 9news now at 6:00 a.m. good morning. i'm andrea roane. >>> we have two words for you: good morning. i'm mike hydeck. thanks for joining us. a long joke. monika samtani is here. she's got traffic. howard bernstein, take it away. >> i'm thinking about the pumpkin patch in
republican to quote . now there is another republican. i bruced mitt romney a couplev years ago in the los angeles california club and i said to the group that is there. let's not make the mistake of looking for the next ronald reagan. we may do that and walk past the next great leader of our movement. when you put machine up against ronald reagan. they will fail because it is ronald reagan. let mitt romney have his moment and applaud him and not try to tie him to the past buto. >> why do people say you need that phrase and sentence in a debate that can be remembered for people going forward for the generation toz come. why do you have to have that pivotal moment. >> they are the game changer. whether the age issue with mondale there you go again . are you better off today than you are four years ago in great moments. different time and place that we are in than we were back in 1980 even though there are many similarities. society is different today than it was back in the 1980s. and so we have to change and understand it from that view point. >> let me ask you going forward, what are your
sunny, 84. los angeles, low clouds, 69. and now for a check of today's national forecast. rain, thorpeunderstorms, and mountain snow will move into northern california. some areas will get as much as 18 inches of snow. showers and thunderstorms will soak parts of the midwest and the northeast. >>> in sports now, the san francisco giants have done the improbable. they came back from a 3-1 series hole and are now headed to the world series. in the second, bases loaded, hunter pence hits a three-run double up the middle, but check the replay. his bat breaks and then it hits the ball again. marco scutaro got the mvp trophy after getting 14 hits, tying the league championship. the giants crushed the cards 9-0 and face the detroit tigers tomorrow night. >>> in football, the lions and the bears mix it up in chicago. in the second, jay cutler gets chased down in the pocket and goes down hard. he had to leave the game, but he came back this the second half. detroit had a tough time scoring. matthew stafford gets picked off at fourth and goal. the bears hold off the lions 13-7. >>> lance
thief leading the police on a high-speed chase through los angeles. did you see this? the dramatic way that it ended. we'll be right back. wow. it's the honey, it makes it taste so... well, would you look at the time... what's the rush? be happy. be healthy. phrap bill: this morning a grim milestone to be marked for u.s. forces in afghanistan after a weekend, a firefight and suicide blasts pushed the death toll for american civilians and military personnel over the 2,000 mark, and kill a total of at least 16 people over the course of 48 hours. in a moment we'll get live to colonel oliver north with some folks who have sacrificed in that war in afghanistan and hear his observations about how things are going there. if you listen to a lot of folks talk it has taken a turn there. martha: we are working on that, we'll get that up as soon as we can. in the meantime the top u.s. commander in afghanistan is now saying that he is outraged by the rise in attacks on u.s. service members by their afghan allies in america's longest war. here is u.s. general john allen. >> can you explain why the s
have on the election? can they sway your vote? william la jeunesse live in los angeles with a look at that william? >> reporter: the president himself put it this way when oprah decides she likes you than other people like you too. voters pattern where they shop and wear celebrity endorsement lends credibility and validates the vote. others could care less. >> vote. >> vote. >> vote for barack obama. >> reporter: do they matter? we watched their movies ♪ , listen to their music. >> my personal style is easy. >> reporter: take their advice and buy their products but do celebrities influence voters? >> voters don't want to think that hollywood celebrities are telling them how to vote. they understand those people, their expertise is completely outside the political world. >> reporter: but that doesn't mean they're not valuable. >> people who do read a publication like "us weekly" probably aren't on political web sites but when they see pictures of these celebrities in these magazines endorsing the presidential candidates, they definitely are paying attention more. >> let's hear it
will continue raising money tomorrow in los angeles. he nissan francisco monday night for a couldn't certain fundraiser at the bill graham auditorium. >>> the man who served as the pope's butler is now serving time. he was convicted in a vatican city court offing a aggravated t for leaking confidential papal documents and has been ordered to serve out his sentence in a prison. he cold the court he wanted to explosion wrong-doing and corruption and gave the documents to an italian journalist. police found more than a thousand important documents in his apartment. some signed by pope benedict and some thriebled be destroyed. >> fast-moving evebtses to bring accused terrorists to justice. just hours ago five terror suspects faced federal judges after coming from britain. here's the latest. [shouting] >> radical preacher stood before the federal judge face charges of conspiring to set up a terror training camp in oregon, and kidnapping 16 towerrizess -- tourists in yemen. >> a very dangerous person who has not just inspired but worked operationally. so it's charged to have terrorist attacks carr
there would be. trace, thank you from los angeles. and now a former special agent with the drug enforcement administration, also the c.e.o. and founder of global security incorporated which is a risk management and counterterrorism consulting firm. good to see you. i don't know how we figure out who is who down there or which leader is in power but does it seem right to you that as long as we have this enormous appetite and market for what the product is they are creating, that this is going to continue forever? >>guest: that is an excellent point. you need to have a two-prong strategy: interdiction and enforcement and demand reduction. if you look at the success we have had over the years in reducing cigarette smoking, for example, it can be done. will it be zero? no. we have to have less demand and try to lock the guys up. >>shepard: cigarette smoking is something you do in public, that is controlled, the only product legal in the united states that when used as directed kills and they have to now pay $15.75 in the lobby 12 stories down there. that is how they did that. the way they are
, dallas seattle miami, los angeles washington, d.c. san francisco sacramento laurel, maryland, theythere are strikers. employee ins across the world has come to join them as well. it's an interesting movement that is taking place one that walmart is not happy about. here is another abc report on this. >> hopefully we can sit down with the person who is in charge and they can negotiate with us, and make everything fair. make everything right, you know? because they're wronging us, and they need to make it right. [ protesting ] >> they're the largest private employer. they could be a better employer. walmart is not the worst place to work but there could be so much more. they have so much more potential. >> cenk: by the way, some of the people that were organizing this, one of them took a lunch break and talked to an organizer, they said you stole time from us and you're fired. gee, i wonder what people are complaining about. now strikers are saying, black friday is very important for a retail store. well colby harris, a dallas worker said we will make sure that black friday is memorable f
benefits as those killed in combat. and the gunman attacked a family near los angeles killing a father and 4-year-old son. two other children are in critical condition and a woman, said to be their mom is recovering from multiple gunshot wounds. investigators think he may have set his own home on fire. neighbors say he was facing eviction. . now back to "geraldo at large large." >> tell them not to shoot us. don't shoot us. don't shoot us. >> the real danger here is the crazy kids with machine guns. they have no discipline in combat. at all. they are firing randomly. that is the real danger. >> the libyan militias are generally speaking the worst fighters i have seen in combat. heavily armed with weapons looted from government arsenals. many of them escaped criminals and radicals. they were utterly incompetent. retreating at the first sign of retais tans. what they excel at is murder. exactly a year ago today, torturing and killing their former dictator and others including his son. islamic bully, my sha bully mile the streets because there are no police to oppose them. they grew more
. that change only after i retained legal representation. in july 2004, the los angeles times did an article about the lab and the culture of the lab. in that article, made reference to my situation. that was the time i was in typical isolation, for eight months. even after the article came out, the laboratory did not change its practices with respect to keeping the isolated without any job assignments. >> what do you think is must import for people to know both about what happened to you and about what you expense? >> the taxpayer needs to understand that we are at the front lines in terms of the employees of these institutions. the auditors, in particular, and investigators. our job is to root out fraud, waste, and abuse and to identify weaknesses that could lead to fraud, waste, and abuse. when we are retaliated for doing our job, the taxpayer ultimately pays the price with higher costs, cost overruns. secrets that get lost in misplaced and do not get reported. help and environmental concern issues. who is at the front line if not the workers in terms of identifying risky practices that m
in los angeles. hi lisa, good morning. >> hey bill. good morning everyone. if you are asking yourself who won last night's presidential debate you probably weren't watching. president obama came out with a strong and aggressive performance against mitt romney on foreign policy. the first instant poll from cbs shows 53% of undecided voters say president obama came out on top, just 23% say toward romney. but there are some differing opinions out there. according to cnn poll, only 40% of viewers say romney won but 60% say he is ready to handle the responsibilities of president. and 32% of independents say they are now more likely to vote for romney after last night's performance. that is surprising since by most accounts president obama effectively painted romney as untested reckless and inconsistent when it comes to foreign policy. he also mocked romney's knowledge of the military with the most popular zinger of the night. when romney complained that the navy has its smallest fleet in nearly 100 years, here is t
. >> winner of the american book award and international latino book award, on growing an illegal alien in los angeles, sunday night. part of book tv this weekend on c-span2. >> here's a look at books being published. mark bowden, author of black hawk down, chronicles the hunt for osama bin laden called, the finish. the killing of osama bin laden. journalist michael dons recounts the last six months of world war ii and the beginning of the cold war, six months in 1945, from world war to cold war. >> and william skinner one of the founders of the american silk industry. a man who turned disaster into destiny. >> in master of the mountain, thomas jefferson and his slaves, historian winecheck friends the findings of recent archaeological work at jefferson's estate, monticello, and a science writer writes about the search for earth's twin. look for these titles in the coming week. >> 50 years ago, president job john f. kennedy was in the midst of the cuban missle crisis. >> george ball, johnson, george bundy. >> it's the 50th anniversary of the cuban missile crisis. with historyian, scholars, film
north of los angeles. eight big rigs involved in this accident. one person was possibly trapped in one of these big rigs. no word on injuries. there are over 400 gallons of fuel spilled in the roadway and again rain and slick surfaces may have been a factor in this accident but again it is really causing a big traffic mess through there south 5 so, you know, check the roads if you are traveling towards the southern parts of california today. that's traffic. back to you guys. >> thank you. >>> 2012 presidential debates are behind us. and the election believe it or not two weeks from today. between now and then president obama and mitt romney will spend most of their time in the battleground states. cbs reporter randall pinkston joins us from florida the site of the final debate with a little play-by-play on what happened. >> frank, it was a fight to the finish another doozy of a debate mitt romney accusing president obama of a series of foreign policy failures. for example, romney pointing to the failure to stop iran's nuclear program. but and president obama accused romney of being in
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